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French teacher in physics and chemistry would appreciate help from colleagues

  1. Aug 26, 2009 #1
    I teach physics and chemistry in English to French students and I've tried to put my courses on line.
    http://vfsilesieux.free.fr/ProgressionTSeuro.swf" [Broken]

    There are undoubtedly many mistakes as I'm not a native speaker.

    It would be very nice if some colleague could help me to correct them.

    Thank you very much in advance.

    Vincent Lesieux
     
    Last edited by a moderator: May 4, 2017
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  3. Aug 27, 2009 #2
    I can't seem to open the pages on your website (at work at the moment), I'll give it a try at home, if I have the time.
     
  4. Aug 27, 2009 #3
    Thank you.
     
  5. Aug 27, 2009 #4
    Hi there,

    Great that you wrote your class in OpenOffice. Problem is that from most of our work computers, we are stuck with MS Office. Could you make a pdf copy. I would be happy to help you with this.
     
  6. Aug 27, 2009 #5
    Sorry that you have problem to read it.
    It is flashpaper so you just need an updated flashplayer
     
  7. Aug 31, 2009 #6
    Sorry, i realised it couldn't be read with internet explorer (but it was with mozilla) so i made the changes in the code and checked so now it should be ok.
     
  8. Sep 5, 2009 #7
    Just looking at a few pages, your English seems more than adequate. Your "Franglais" has a certain savoir faire. For instance:

    "Sorry that you have problem to read it"

    is perfecty understandable. A native (UK!) speaker would say (in Queen's English):

    "Sorry that you have a problem reading it [old chap]."

    ... but your version is perfectly fine. More understandable than some native speakers. People round my way might say:

    "' 'ard recknin' be it? Nay lad..."
     
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